Explore the Shops, Restaurants, and Attractions at Tin City on Naples Waterfront
In the 1920’s Tin City’s location on the Gordon River was the hub of Naples’ fishing industry. It’s “Old Florida” tin-topped buildings were home to clam shelling and oyster processing, as well as boat construction and maintenance. In the 1970’s, seven of these historic buildings were transformed to become “The Old Marine Marketplace at Tin City” – a colorful maritime-themed mix of shops and eateries. Read Tin City’s featured blog article – click here!
Tin City – One of Naples’ Most Visited Attractions
Tin City is home to a waterfront boardwalk full of family-friendly activity with more than 30 charming shops, two waterfront restaurants; Pinchers and Riverwalk, and some of Naples most unique attractions.
Most importantly, at Tin City, there are no chain stores. Shop owners scour the marketplace to present locals and visitors alike with a selection that ranges from fresh and funky, to chic and unique. Tin City directory.